Ruprechtický Špičák

The highest point in the Javoří Hory Mountains on the Czech side of the border is Ruprechtický Špičák with the elevation of 880 metres. It is located approx. 10 kilometres to the north east of Broumov and just a few dozens of metres from the Polish border. There is a metal lookout tower on the top which is almost 30 metres high. The steep climb to the top is rewarded by a wonderful view of the whole Broumov basin, the Krkonoše Mountains, the Javoří Hory Mountains and the Soví Hory Mountains in Poland. On the very left of the panoramic view, you can see even the distant Orlické Hory Mountains.


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